well-recorded country music recommedation

What are some good country song that are well-recorded that involves alot of steel, vocals, and acoustic guitar. Thanks
I listen to Directv's channel 829, music station near 24/7 these days. Most all of it sounds pretty good to me.The reason my box sounds so good is I had Theta modify it with their digital board and a coax out. This dig. out goes into an Audiomecca dac. Sure cd sounds better but I never have to change cd's. I did pick up some Keith Whitley and the 3 I bought all sound just like what you want. It is very seldom I hear a crappy mix unless it's from the 60's.
Here are a few that I have and find to be well engineered sound wise. Mind you not all may meet your list of expectations above but you may find worth a listen anyway.

Aaron Neville - The Grand Tour
Alan Jackson - Who I Am
Alan Jackson - Drive
Alan Jackson - Greatest Hits II and Some Other Stuff (2 CD)
Alan Jackson - What I do
Alison Krauss - Forget About It
Alison Krauss - New Favorite
Alison Krauss - Lonely Runs Both Ways
Alison Krauss - So Long So Wrong
Billy Dean - Fire In The Dark
Big & Rich - Horse of a Different Color
Buddy Jewell - Buddy Jewell
Buddy Miller - Midnight and Lonesome
Clint Black - Spend My Time
Collin Raye - Extremes
Dixie Chicks - Home
Dolly Parton - Halos & Horns
Dolly Parton - Eagle When She Flies
Doug Supernaw - Deep Thoughts From A Shallow Mind
Dwight Yoakam - Blame the Vain
Dwight Yoakam - Dwight's Used Records
Dwight Yoakam - Dwight Yokam acoustic
Emmylou Harris - Wrecking Ball
Gretchen Peters - The Secret Of Life
Hank Williams Jr - Almeria Club
Hank Williams Jr - I'm One of You
Jimmy Wayne - Jimmy Wayne
Julie Roberts - Julie Roberts
K.D. Lang - Shadowland
Keith Whitley - A Tribute Album
Kim Richey - Bitter Sweet
Kim Richley - Kim Richley
Leann Rimes - Unchained Melody/The Early Years
Leann Rimes - Blue
Lyle Lovett - Joshua Judges Ruth
Martina McBride - Evolution
Martina McBride - The Way That I Am
Martina McBride - Wild Angels
Mary Chapin Carpenter - A Place In The World
Mary Chapin Carpenter - Stones In The Road
Mary Chapin Carpenter - Shooting Straight In The Dark
Mary Chapin Carpenter - Hometown Girl
Mary Chapin Carpenter - State Of The Heart
Mary Chapin Carpenter - Party doll and other favorites ( hits + new songs)
Mary Chapin Carpenter - Between Here and Gone
One Horse Blue - One Horse Blue
Patsy Cline - *Various Artists* - Rembering Patsy Cline
Patty Loveless - Only What I Feel
Patty Loveless - Up Against My Heart
Patty Loveless - When Fallen Angels Fly
Patty Loveless - Mountain Soul
Rodney Crowell - The Houston Kid
Rodney Crowell - Fate's Right Hand
Steve Wariner - Burnin' The Roadhouse Down
SugarLand - Twice the speed of life
Travis Tritt - Down the road I go
Willie Nelson & Friends - Live and Kickin'
Willie Nelson & Friends - Stars & Guitars
Willie Nelson & Friends - Outlaws & Angels
Willie Nelson - Stardust (remastered)
Willie Nelson - The Great Divide
Willie Nelson - It Always Will Be
Willie Nelson - Milk Cow Blues

Hope this helps you out.
Just picked up Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder - Live. MAN, this is killa bluegrass!
Just a few to add to the above posts.

George Jones, "Cold Hard Truth"
"George Jones the Bradley Barn Sessions". This CD was Mastered by Doug Sax at The Mastering Lab.

Alison Krauss, "Now That I Found You".

Vince Gill

This may fall more in the "Newgrass" category than country, but I will add one more to the list:

Nickel Creek - Nickel Creek

There is a Merle Haggard CD "Roots" that was recorded in his livingroom that he put out 2-3 years ago........... great music, great recording.
Martina McBride - "Timeless"

Just released a couple of weeks ago and it was recorded using old analog equipment. Great sound quality. This may well go down as a classic disc for her.
What Wizard454?--no Guy Clark or Dan Penn?

Willie Nelson (Teatro) is one I play a lot...almost all his stuff is very good recording quality, plus...I like Willie so I own many of his albums.

Let's not forget Chet Atkins and Les Paul. Especially their two duet albums, Guitar Monsters and Chet and Les.
Wizard, what a list. Something that would keep me busy. Thanks alot for your response.
Most of Alison Krauss' stuff is very well recorded and the instrumentation is all acoustic. No steel guitar, but you do have Jerry Douglas' awesome dobro on the last few recordings. Alison's most recent CD (Lonely Runs Both Ways) is excellent - both in content and recording quality.
Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris,
"All The Roadrunning".

Great recording!